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French translation of 'salvation'

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salvation

[sælˈveɪʃən ]
noun
1.  (religious) salut m
2.  (rescue) salut m
I consider books to be my salvation. Je considère que je dois mon salut aux livres.
to be the salvation of sth/sb sauver qch/qn

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Example Sentences Including 'salvation'

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Next, the architect shows slides of deteriorated regional buildings and sites badly in need of salvation.
Joyce Carol Oates MIDDLE AGE: A ROMANCE (2002)
She had no idea how much like salvation his arrival would feel to Carol.
Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
They homed in on the sound of the diesel as a lifeline to salvation.
Jenkins, Geoffrey A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2002)

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'salvation' in Other Languages

British English: salvation NOUN
In Christianity, salvation is the fact that Christ has saved a person from evil.
The church's message of salvation has changed the lives of many.

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Translation of salvation from the Collins English to French
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